Independence monitor. (Independence, Or.) 1912-19??, June 08, 1918, Image 2

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    THE INDEPDENENCE MONITOR
A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER.
Published Weekly at Independence, Folk County,
Oregon, on Friday.
Catered aa Second Class Matter August l, 1H1Z at the Post omce at Did
pendence, Polk County, Oregon, Under the Act ol March 3, 1870.
HURLY & DODGE, PROFRHORS
G. A. HUKLY, EDITOR
Suoscrlptlon Rates: One Year $1.50 Strictly In Advance !
ADVERTISING SATES: 15c. per Inch (or one insertion. 12 l-2c for two 01
mora Inscrtiona, IOC. on monthly contracts. Kiadera, 1 tent a word.
completed about -the 5th. Grocer!
have been instructed to accept
flour in any amount dVu to a
pint that the present need may
be fulfilled.
Independence, Oregon, Saturday, June 8 , 1918
Support The Valley Town
Uiu next best place to liuiiic unit
tliuL iJjgli&U itearta arc Jtept
warm lor tlieiu.
' ' Alake ivuglund Hie rjamiu a
Wighty,' " i Uie way the iug-
It is absolutely essential that
every farmer and laboring njac
support his home town. The val
ley towns have been drained of ! uaii pi tas puts it m urging rcauera
lu t'iJlci'Um tiic Aiuuriuuu troops.
Ijiiguiy ' is the war word luc
tvui'vliuiig tlie soldier wants m
iiiici vals ol Ins lighung work;
the piuce where IrienOs, recrea
tion and homelike cowlort await
him.
'1'ho Weekly Dispatch iccently
caiicii lor suggestions lor a pub
lic entertainment to be oliereii!
iuuericuu soldiers and au instant
response made thousands of dol
lars available lor amusements
and ciitci UiniiiciiLs. The idea
mm lound greatest favor, how
ever, was to throw open, the
Homes of thu nation to the JSaui-
1U1CM.
An officer cominaiuiing an
Americau suadrou operating
50Y-SCOUTS
m
(Conducted by National Council of the Boy
their youug men and of many oi.
their laboring men. These towns
must meet the war revenue calls
made by the government ou them
and they can only do this by re
ceiving the support of the labor
ing man and farmer. If you buy
merchandise and supplies from
ether sections than that In which
you live you make it harder for
these merchants to pay their
part of the cals made ou their
territory. Kemember that thi
money spent at heme helps the
farmer, the merchant and thy
banker of the home community.
It is your duly to buy every
thing you can of the home mer
chant at the present time.
j! lag Kay June 44
June 14 is f lag LJuy una thu
THE SIZE OF "SCOUT CITY"
.The Boy Scouts of America tuts a
lin'inlxTHlilp of 2!in,768 boys properly
registered In 13,787 troops, with 78,
(173 men council members and troop
committeemen and scoutmasters.
If all the scouts and their leaders
were In one city, tht;i "Scout City"
would runk eighteenth In the United
States. This Is lurger than Minneapo
lis and almost as targe us Newark or
New Orlenns.
The registered boy scouts alone
could almoHt fill a city ruuklng with i
Indianupolls or Kunmts City, and more ;
than enough for Ht. I'uul.
Counting the million or more scouts
who have received during the past
eight years the benefit of the scout
program and who have entered man's
estate, the Hoy Scouts of America
could move bodily Into a deserted
Cleveland and Itoston and there would
be a scout to represent every man,
woman or child among the former In
habitants of both cities, or almost
enough to nil rhlludelphla.
There ore 10,000,000 boys who could
be scouts If there were men leaders
enough. When the nationwide cam
paign of the Boy Scouts of America
for scout leaders is over. It Is expect
ed that there will lie room In the scout
organization for 2,000,000 duly regis-
with the British fleet has report-, tered boys. "Scout City" then might
ed on a late inspection and he
speaks iu high terms of the prcs-
nag mcuus soiuemiijg to us this cut aialti ol efficiency in whicli
iu. At, is uoi oiuy uu emoiem " both ships and men.
oi oiu nationality, it, is uu emolemj " V easels show the ni',tt grati
ol Uiiiveieai Utscdow aiU Ueiu-j tywtf improvement in battery
ocracy. iu stars represent lortyf u"d fire control," he said. "Our
eigiil states and uavU stale is ul' ""art, piek and span,
givuig oi us uioncy, us lueu, its' liaVB ui;u recipients of many
well be as large as Chicago. The
scouts would overruu the several
states.
The "boy power" of this nation Is a
mighty thing. The organized boyhood
of America la one of its greatest
forces.
piuuueis lo keep mat Hag Ui llie
lioni ranks ol our war lor liberty,
lis blue represents thu biue sky
oi iicaveu wnicii is over every na
tion sua every peopio. its red
icpicsuiiw luo oiuud oi our na
tion uial is being shed to make
Uie wond lice iioiu tlie tyranny
ot uutouiScy. iu Wiiile repre
sents puiiiy oi purpose, tcjuaiily
ol man and universal equity.
h.very community should uu
June 14 this year huve some puu
uo service iu honor of this nag,
designed by Betty lvoss June U,
mi.
high compliments
flag officers.'
from British
Women's Meeting of Council
Defense to be Held
of
0. A. 0.
fieccouuue&d
wheal
Buck-
A bulletin issued from the Ore-'
gun Agricultural College roe
ommends that lor a late crop you
should pluiit buckwheat, staling
that it is not too lato to grow
the crop and that it is a good
producer. If your vetch or other
crop has been destroyed or if
you have laud that you could
nut get in crop early ui the bta-
aou try the crop, f srmcrs of ex
perience have slated to the edi
tor of the Monitor that it is not
loo late to plant this crop.
Use No Wheal in Horn
The wheat saving progtuui
asks you as a housewife to use
uo breaklost cereal cauiaiuing
wheat, uo wheat Hour to "bind''
uorunieal or oilier cereal. iu uiul
fins or quick breads, bailey
flour, corn Hour or cornstarch
for thickeniug soups and gravies
uo wheat at all and uo bread
containing wheat flour.
Meetings of the various com
munity committees of the wo
man's committee of "the Council
of Defense have bcciibrrauged as
follows;
Monday, Juno 10, J J'. M
Airlie.
Monday,
falls City.
Tuesday,
Monmouth.
Tuesday, June 11, 8 1 M. in
dependence.
Wednesday, June 12, 2 1'
Suver.
Weduesday, June 12, 8 l
iiucna Yista.
Thursday, June 13, 2 1.
Kola.
Thursday, Juue 13, 8 V.
West Salem.
Friday, June 14, 2 l.
lluctl.
Friday, June 14, 6 1.
Ballston.
June 15, 2 1'. M
Juno 10, 8 1 M.
June 11, 2 V. M.-
M.-
M.-
M.
M.
June 15, 8 1. M.
American Teams to Teach Base
ball to Loudon.
A committee ou public infor
mation representative iu Loudon,
aaya :
Saturday,
liiek r call.
Saturday,
l'errydale.
At these meetings Mks Edna
L. Mills, Emergency Home Deut-
oustrator, will speak ou prepar
ing the substitutes and ihe fur
ther need of "-conservation. Dr.
V. C. Stuats will prcitut the
Child Welfare work wMen tho
wuu an's couimittce haa beta
a.sked to carry ou in the state
and Dr. A. 11. Starbuek will pre
sent the plan of tho V. S S. for
ruisiiiv; $2,000,000. Oscar Mayter
will speak of Council of De
fense. All women in the communities
are urged to bo present at these
meetings and all member? of the
Council of Defense are invited
to attend that th'y may assist
the woman's eommitteo iu their
NATION-WIDE SCOUT SALUTE.
The big event each year In the cal
endar of the Hoy Scouts of America is
Anniversary week. This Is observed
each year from February 8 to 12, in
clusive. This time it marks the eighth
anniversary of the organization, which
now has a federal charter.
At 8:15 o'clock on the night of Feb
ruary 8 the 205,000 scouts all over the
country, wherever they were, rose and
stood at salute and repeated the scout
oath and renewed ulleglance to the
tins.
Greetings Wre carried to families
with members in service. Flowers ,
were sent to sick people in nospuuin ' wr ,
and In private families. Calls were j 0,11 c'
made on local K.mI Cross chapters, j c Hi cartl8 ,
war savings committees or other agen-
cies doing war emergency work, with 0ince,
uu offer of scout co-operation and service.
prfsted against sucb act of disloy
alty by the disciples, and assured the
Lord that though all the rest should
forsake him, yet he would not. The
Lord showed biro how little he knew
even of his own best resolve, telling
him that on that very night he would
deny him thrice. All the disciples
said I lie same thing.
IV. The Agony in Gethsemane (rv.
Srj-42).
The clear vliilon of the coming
anguish of the Oomh, accentuated by
the utter failure of the disciple to
understand or believe, brought upon
him on Indescribable angululi of will,
so he took I'eter, James, and John
and went apart to pray. The cup of
agony was not mere deatn, but the
sacrificial death for sin. under the
weight of the world's guilt.
1. The first prayer (vv. 35-38).
Notwithstanding the durkuexs of
the hour, he prayed In faith accom
panied with a willingness to obey.
When he came and found the three
sleeping Instead of praying, he com
manded them to watch end pro)
as to be fortified against temptation.
V. The Betrayal and Arrest of
Jesut (vv. 43-52).
1. The sign to the mob (vv. 43-47).
With the basest of hypocrisy Judns
pointed out Jesus to tlie mob by a
kiss, the sign of love.
2. Jesus forsaken by all (vv. 4H-52)
At the sight of the Muster's I
trn.val and arrest, one of his disci
ples attempted to defend him hy re
sorting to the sword; hut seelug tli:i
Jesus made no attempt at resistance,
they all fled. Their courage fulled
them In the hour of trlul. How little
man knows of his weaknesses unti
the crucial hour.
VI. Jesus Before the Sunhedrin (vv
53-05).
1. Contradictory testlniotij of false
witnesses (vv. 53-5!).
lllh I'rlest's Questions: (vv. W
C5).
(1) "What is II tluil these witness
agnlnst thee? lo this Icsiis ns
silent, shoving that uo evidence hud
yet been given worthy of answer.
(2) "Art thou the Christ?" To
this he definitely replied: "1 am
and quotes a Scripture pa image which
they recognize as referring to the
Messiah. Thin claim they answer
with buffeting and the moat shame
ful treatment.
VII. Peter Denies Lord (vv. 60-72)
Though I'eter loves Jesus, yet iu
the hour of supreme trial he fails
Grievous us his sin is. It is not like
that of Judas. Ills failure was due t
1. Boasting self-defense (vv. 20-31)
2. I.nck of watchfulness (v. 3").
8. Neglect of prayer (v. 38).
4. Service In the energy of the
flesh (v. 47).
5. Following Jesus nfnr off (v. 54)
6. Seek comfort among the Lord's
enemies (v. 07; compart Luke 22:55)
7. Open denial (vv. OS-72).
Ills backsliding rciill.v lieguu when
he shrank from the Cross.
E. K. PIASECKI
Attorney at Law
5 1-2 per cent farm Loans
BUTTER WRAPS
Dallas
Oregon
AT THE
MONITOR OFFICE
ELIZABETH LEVY
TACflK IN VIOLIN " j
663 Court Street, Salem j
Giving lessons in Independence to Yf liufEO' COl'lcCtlOA iSiiiCV
beginners and advanced students. Best ?
of methods. Prices reasonab e. In- McMInnv lle, Oregon
quire Monitor office or w.ite Miss Levy. ? . ....... ..... tlc ...up
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We Deal In
Hides, Pelts, Wool
Furs, Mohair, Caseara
Bark, Veal, Pork, Beef,
Poultry, Butter, Eggs,
Farm Produce, Wood,
Dry Goods, Groceries
Furnishing, Shoes, etc.
OUR POLICY. TO FLEA SI
Max Goldman
INDEPENDENCE, OREGQ.X
MONMOUTH MOTOR
Tr-lns Leaves Independence
NO. 1 leaves Indedendence, at 6:50
a. m. arrives Monmouth 7:00, enrects
with train for Airlie. j
A good pair of reading
glasses for $1.00 at O. A
.Monitor
IMPBOVED O.MOiiM iMEBNATlONAl
sniwsaiooL
Lesson
(By RBV. 1. i, 1 1 vv H.H, O. D.,
Teacher of Kngllah ltltil In tn
Moody Hiblt Iimlinm of Chicago.)
(Copyright, mil, V. ..I.M Nwaipr Union I
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LESSON FOR JUNE 9
JESUS FACES BETRAYAL
DENIAL.
AND
Sep tliosn new
hlreamer 'a.
cups nt I). A
Loudon Las never hcarl of a' work and that they may secure
baaeball sciuou before, Lut will! definite idea about the cam
get ita chance thi year whui thoj I'ltin of the . S. S. tlie I'oun
Amcricaii baseball lcaiHui gcta ita, '''' lVfensc are to he ticked to
schedule of games well underway.
There are tight American aud
Canadian teams recruited from
oiiduct this campaign.
various organizations btationed )IHnd
All farmers having w'uat on
are urged to
rket
at
once. It is the hope of the Food
Administration to secure tuong!
wheat, flour from the stock iu
( the hand of the grocers s'td flour
iu Loudou, wiLU. gutuva wheduUd, through the usual channels
fur each Saturday during tho
summer.
The thousands of Americau
solders who may paaa through
1 i a
"""""i uvuucu ur siii-jihui ti1() housewives return io
tioued here are in a fair way U three vessels that v Uh,$
be made to leel that Luglaud is ;,uilt in Portland ud wiU be
I.FHSON TRXT-Murk 14:10-71
OOI.MKN TKXT-Wut'h nd pry that
y ni.r mil n(u Icmplittlon.-Mar 14:3a.
l'K (rmiNAL KKAIUNU-John l:t-17.
AM'ITIONAI, MAThlltlAL FOlt
TKAi'llKltS-Matthaw It 30 Luk 23:17
hi John it l-.tt
PKIMAKI TUPtC-Jnus and his dlaol-
.m - Mark HI!.-.
Jl Mult Tone J.iui batrayad and da-
I. Judas' Bargain With the Chief
Priests (vv. 10, 11).
Tbls black erline was committed
lilnit-!!ue!v fuiioitis the beautiful
set of devotion by Mary. The mo
tive nctuatliiK J u. las was avarice.
This awful depth of Infamy was not
reached at a hound, llecauite he did
not master this besetting sin at the
bcKliinltiK, he was conquered by It.
II. The Lait Paaaovtr (vv. 12-23).
1. The imimrutlon (vv. 12-10).
In reply to the disciples' Inquiry
to where they Hlmuld prepare the
I'aastiver for hlui, Jeaus to'd them
to tio Into the city where they would
meet a man heariiiK a pitcher of wa
ter, whom (bey ahould follow. In
the house to which they were thus
led would he found a guest chamber
a laro upper room where they
could intike ready the Passover. Thts
Is su example of Christ's superhuman
knowledge, lie not only knew that
the disciples would meet this man,
but he knew that Judas had bar
gained for hit bctrayul.
2. The betrayal announced (vr. 17
21). The betrayal was to be by one of
the disciples who was eating with
Jesus. This hetruyal had been pre
dicted, though Mu-h prediction did not
Interfere with the free act of Judas
In the hetruyal. It was because of
this set of treachery being frevly
committed ly Judas that Jesus pro
nounced upon hlui the awfui doom
"tiood werxt It for that tuan If he had
never been horn."
3. The bread stul the cuo Instituted
(vv. 22 2."i).
III. The DlKlples Cowardice Fere
told (vv. 2;ii.
Iii spite of ilu-ir cowardly tuVnlng
from t.e Sjiihut, he assures them
that alter hs rin 'reel ton ti woulj
go before tlitmi lute Galilee. Peter i
The Independence Bakery has
tdded fresh hot lii'tfhfs.
Ituy your lawn mowers and
iawn hose of Craven & Huff.
Get Lilies tobacco extract for
sprnying roses. None better.
eloper Mros. & Cockle.
",iark Jewel il stoves, sav,
time, save oil, hot flume, hit
vessel direct. Ask Craven A-
Huff to demonstrate it to you
KOIl SALE Latly Washington
beans, Heauty, Hebron, U'ir
bank, Gold Coin, Rural New
Yorker and Netted Gun pot.i
toes. Verd Hill.
Just received, our new spring
hats, trench hats and a good as
sortment from lf cents up to se
lect from at Con key & Walker's.
SHOKS, SlIOlvS, SHOES. For
tor snmll people, shoes for large
people heavy wort; flutes, fine
dress shoes all at rasonahia
prices. At Conky ic Walkr's.
No. 3 7 "5 a. m.
No. f I 15 a. m.
No 7 10:35 a. ra.
No 9 11 -r.o h m
No. 11 1:3') p. m.
No. 13 2:2n p. m.
No. 15 3:5'J p. m.
No. 17 7.00 p. m.
ives Monmouth to; ln
No. 2 7:05 a. m.
No. 4 8:30 a. m.
No. 6 9:05 s m
No. 8 10:50 s. m.
No 10 12:00 M.
No. 12 1:45 p. m.
No. 14
No. 18
4 05
4:55'
p. m.
p. m.
OKVILLE TO PORTLAND
No. 2 2:49 a. m.
No 10 9:26 a. m.
No 14 1:29 p. in.
No 16 3:40 p. m.
No 20 6:12 p. m.
No 22 7:29 p.m.
PORTLAND TO OTRVILLE
No 1 8:52 a. m.
No 5 10:32 a. m.
No 7 1:10 p. m.
No 9 4:33 p. m.
No 13 6:69 p. m.
No 21 2:20 a. m.
Independence auto stage meets all
Buy Independence Bread
"Always Good and Fesh"
A GOOD BIG LOAF MADE TO CONFORM
TO THE FO D LAW REQUIREMENTS
SUFPOKT A HOME INSTITUTION
BIGGER LOAF; COSTS NO MORI
I support Independence Enterprises and desire
the paironitge of Independence people in return
The very Lest of
Cookies. Cakes, Pies, Poughnuts,
Crackers, Lunch Goods Etc.
Alwh' a kept on hand
Ask For "Liberty Bread'
For Sale at the Following Mores
Calbrealh & Jj -jcs, , Conkey & Wak;
Johnson & Col ins Max Goldman
J. M. Larson, Stiver
Independence Bakery
Oregon
trains but No 2, 20, 21.
AT THE CHURCHES
PkESBYTHRIAN
Dr. H. C. Dunsniore, Pastor
10 a. m. 8. nday school.
31 a. m. ( Public Worship with
7'30 p. m. I Sermon,
BAPTIST
Sunday school at 10.
Servicts every Sut.duy morning and
eveninjf.
B. Y. P. U. at 7:00.
We invite you to all our services.
"tranpers cordially welcomed
METHODIST
Titos. D. Yarnes, Pastor.
.0 A. M. Sunday School. ,
11 A. M. Morninsr service.
3:00 P. M. I.oynl Temperance L gioi
7:3i) I. M. Eveninir Nervico
CHRISTIAN
Bible School at 10 a. m.
Smith Brothers
Billiard Hall
Headquarters for the
best jit CIrjars, Tcbacco,
Candy and Confections
You are welcome always
INDEPENDENCE, OREG.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
DR. L. . BARRICK
Dentist
Cooper Bulldlnft Independence
L l HI A ITT F. C. HEWETT
1111 Oll'u-e Phones 93)1
7621 Residence Phones 3022
HEWITT fi HEWETT
Physicians and Surgeons
Cooper Building Independence
D. . ELETCUER C W. BARRICK
FLETCHER & BARRICK
Attorneys at Law
Cooper Bulldlnft Indederdencc
B. F. SWOPK CICIt SWOPE
SWOPE S SWOPE
Attorneys at La,v
1. O. O. F. Building Independence
VISIT SAAVS
PLACE
For a Biff Mug
of Magnus Root
Beer.
Candies, Cigars, Ice
Cream, Soda and
Sandwitches.
"The Palace"
Main Street
Independenne
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I j Independence
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I Has Kept Faith IfflgHKk
J 1 The Republic Company has BiPH I
1 1 kept faith with tire users.
I I When we tell you that 1 MlOOyn I
I 1 Republics last longer we I PUi WlPj j
j & are sure of our facts. I fill ji '
I I We have to be. To persist I IIO Ul l
1 in them otherwise, would : W fm Vf
I And the Republic Staggard I L W 1 1 ,
1 Tread affords maximum if I is i
1 non-skid with minimum 'iwlli iTTill IfJ
I Republic Black-line Red Inner 1 IWll'Islff" '
A Tubes have a reputation H 'l;lWfl J
i for freedom from trouble B Ji If J I
1 The Republic Rubber Co. j UMlSE& 3
h I V.,..OH, .8 fcgfj I
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5000Miles Service f
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SLOPER BROTHERS
13
& COCKLE
THE INDEPENDENCE NATIONAL BANK
Established 1889
A Successful Business Career of Twenty rive Years
C. ST. BARBER SHOP
Wy'and 6 Taylor, Proprietors
Baths In Connection.
Oldest Barber Shop In Polk Co.
INDEPENDENCE, OREGON
ADVERTISE
INTEREST PAID ON
TIME DEPOSITS
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
H. HiriChbertf. Pres. D. W. Sears. V. P.
K. R. DeArmond, ashier
W. H. Walker, I. A. Allen, O. D. Butler
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